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This leading text in the field covers all the major regulatory areas relating to the operations of multinational enterprises, analysing them not only in a legal but also a political and economic context. It is a definitive reference work for students, researchers, and practitioners working with multinational enterprises.
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Doreen Lustig, Tel Aviv University, Journal of W orld Investment &Trade Muchlinski's comprehensive monograph is immensely rich and thus most valuable for everyone who is interested in globalization and law. Each edition opens up new directions and perspectives we ought to consider. It provides legal scholars with a precious treasure-hunt map of the legal obstacles we ought to overcome if we aspire to challenge and reform the existing legal order.
Bob Wessels, an independent legal counsel, advisor and arbitrator, with 45 years of business experience, bobwessels.nl The book is eloquently written and is easy to follow and understand. It clearly explains complex topics and masterfully links them together in a coherent narrative. The brevity of the analysis of certain areas of law and regulation, however, does not undermine the validity of conclusions made throughout Multinational Enterprises and the Law, its contribution to the academic debate and its use as an excellent source for practitioners.
Peter Muchlinski is Emeritus Professor in International Commercial Law at the School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS), University of London. Prior to joining SOAS he was Professor of Law and International Business at Kent Law School, University of Kent (2001-5). He was a Lecturer and Senior Lecturer at the London School of Economics (1983-1998), and Drapers' Professor of Law in the Law Department of Queen Mary and Westfield College, University of London, from 1998 to 2001. He specialises in international business and economic law, comparative corporate law and international investment law in which fields he has authored numerous papers and articles. His more recent published work concentrates on business and human rights. In 1990 he qualified as a barrister in the field of commercial and European law and is a door tenant at Brick Court Chambers, London. He has also acted as a legal adviser to the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD) on investment law and policy issues.
I. The Conceputal Framework 1: Getting to Know Multinationals 2: Business and Legal Forms of Multinational Enterprise 3: Regulating Multinationals 4: Jurisdiction and MNE Regulation II. Economic Regulation 5: Control of Inward Investment 6: Liberalisation and Promotion of Inward Investment 7: Taxation 8: Multinational Group Liability and Directors Duties 9: Corporate Governance and Disclosure 10: Ebbe Rogge: Regulating Multinational Banks 11: Competition 12: Intellectual Property and Technology Transfer III. The Social Dimension 13: Labour Relations 14: Human Rights 15: Environmental Issues IV. The Impact of International Investment Law 16: The Control of Investment Risks Through International Investment Agreements 17: Investor-State Dispute Settlement